Long Distance Medical Transportation

Pros and Cons of medical transport services

Pros and Cons of medical transport services

Non-emergency transportation is increasingly gaining popularity across the United States. It is a great service that patients can use to move from one facility to another or back home from a hospital visit over 200…

Tips and Tricks to Maintaining Senior Activity

Tips and Tricks to Maintaining Senior Activity

Senior citizens need to stay active and connected to their communities for both physical and mental health. Those who do not have opportunities to get out and socialize with others are at risk for depression,…

Traveling Long Distances With Dementia

Traveling Long Distances With Dementia

Many people are excited to travel by air, but someone who has dementia may find the experience overwhelming. Air travel is often necessary even with chronic and challenging health issues that could cause complications. The…

Tips to Long Distance Travel With Arthritis

Tips to Long Distance Travel With Arthritis

Arthritis is an inflammatory condition of the joints, presenting with stiffness and pain. The two most common types are rheumatoid and osteoarthritis, both of which worsen as a person ages. When traveling by ground with…

When Should Seniors Stop Driving?

When Should Seniors Stop Driving?

A common question for many senior citizens is when they should stop driving. Age is not the only factor because mental and physical health, along with alertness and reflexes, have to be considered. A recent…

How to Find a Reliable Air Ambulance or Medical Escort When Out of Town

How to Find a Reliable Air Ambulance or Medical Escort When Out of Town

Whether for fun or work, many people travel to exotic destinations outside of the United States each year. Even with the most careful planning, not many consider what they would do if they suddenly became…

Most Efficient Ways to Transport the Elderly Long Distances

Most Efficient Ways to Transport the Elderly Long Distances

Moving an elderly person from one place to another is challenging. Limited mobility, dementia and other medical issues can leave a person without the ability to drive or communicate clearly. Family members and friends may…

Air Ambulance History

Air Ambulance History

In the modern world, helicopters and fixed-wing airplanes are used for air ambulance service. Utilizing a highly trained staff, these aircraft transport injured and sick people from remote areas to hospitals where they can receive…